pub-id-type

Type of Publication Identifier (in a citation)

Type of publication identifier or the organization or system that defined the identifier.

Usage

This attribute is used in several contexts:
  • Inside a bibliographic citation element (such as <mixed-citation> or <element-citation>), for example, on the <pub-id> element, which identifies a publication cited in a bibliographic reference list;
  • On an object identifier element (<object-id>), which can act as an identifier for any number of different elements.

Used on Element: <pub-id>

ValueMeaning
accession(Bioinformatics) a unique identifier given to a DNA or protein sequence record for tracking the sequence record and the associated sequence over time in a data repository.
arkArchival Resource Key — a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) containing the word “ark” that is a multi-purpose identifier for information objects of any type
art-access-idGeneric article accession identifier for interchange and retrieval between archives.
arxivarXiv archive of electronic preprints.
codenObsolete PDB/CCDC identifier (may be present on older articles).
doajDirectory of Open Access Journals.
doiDigital Object Identifier.
handleHandle identifier, part of the Handle System for assigning, managing, and resolving persistent identifiers for digital objects and other resources on the Internet
isbnInternational Standard Book Number.
manuscriptIdentifier assigned to a manuscript.
medlineNLM Medline identifier.
otherNone of the named identifiers in this list.
piiThe original “Publisher Item Identifier” (PII) was a system to provide unique and concise identification for individual published documents with a highly specified string. The PII specification is no longer in common use (2010).
pmcidPubMed Central identifier.
pmidPubMed ID; see https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?db=pubmed.
publisher-idPublisher’s identifier, such as an “article-id”, “artnum”, “identifier”, “article-number”, “pub-id”, etc.
siciSerial Item and Contribution Identifier (An older ANSI/NISO Z39.56 code to uniquely identify volumes, journal articles, or other parts of a periodical. A journal article may have more than one SICI, for example, one for a print version and another for an electronic version.).
std-designationThe official number of a standard, from a standards body such as ISO, NISO, IEEE, ASME, and others, for example, “Z39.96-2015”.
RestrictionThis is an optional attribute; there is no default.

Used on Elements: <issue-id>, <volume-id>

ValueMeaning
Text, numbers, or special charactersThe type of identifier of the cited objects, which may be a standard, book, journal article, etc. This attribute is typically used to name the type of identifier (such as “doi”) or the name of the organization or type of organization that created the identifier (“ISO” or “archive”).
RestrictionThis is an optional attribute; there is no default.

Suggested usage

Best Practice: The values for this attribute are not constrained. Ideally, the first choice should be the type of identifier should be named for established types (DOIs, ISBN, Standard Designation). If the identifier is not of an established type, name the assigning agency (ISO, ASTM) or type of assigning agency (aggregator, archive, indexing service, standards organization) which assigned the identifier. Potential values include (but are in no way limited to):
aggregator
Identifier assigned by a data aggregator (generally used with elements <object-id>, <issue-id>, and <volume-id>)
archive
Identifier assigned by an archive or other repository (generally used with elements <object-id>, <issue-id>, and <volume-id>)
arxiv
arXiv archive of electronic preprints
doaj
Directory of Open Access Journals
doi
Digital Object Identifier
index
Identifier assigned by an abstracting or indexing service (generally used with elements <object-id>, <issue-id>, and <volume-id>)
isbn
International Standard Book Number
manuscript
Identifier assigned to a manuscript
pmcid
PubMed Central identifier
pmid
publisher-id
Publisher’s identifier.
standards organization
An SDO, national standards organization, regional standards organization, international standards organization, or similar named the identifier of the standard being cited.
std-designation
The official number of a standard, from a standards body such as ISO, NISO, IEEE, ASME, et al., for example, “Z39.96-2015” or “ISO 9100”.

Used on Element: <object-id>

ValueMeaning
Text, numbers, or special charactersThe type of identifier assigned to an internal structure such as a figure or boxed text (typically, a “doi”, but the attribute may name the organization that created the identifier, “CEN”, or the type of organization that created the identifier,“reseller”).
RestrictionThis is an optional attribute; there is no default.

Suggested usage

Best Practice: The values for this attribute are not constrained. Ideally, the type of identifier should be named for established types (DOI). If the identifier is not of an established type, name the assigning agency (ISO, ASME) or type of assigning agency (aggregator, archive, indexing service, standards organization) which assigned the identifier.

Example

...
<ref>
 <mixed-citation publication-type="data">Xu, J. <etal/> 
  <data-title>Cross-platform ultradeep transcriptomic profiling 
   of human reference RNA samples by RNA-Seq</data-title>. 
  <source>Sci. Data</source> 
  <volume>1</volume>:<elocation-id>140020</elocation-id> 
  doi: <pub-id pub-id-type="doi">10.1038/sdata.2014.20</pub-id> 
  (<year iso-8601-date="2014">2014</year>).</mixed-citation>
</ref>
...